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March 3, 2022

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Thursday, March 03, 2022

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Entrepreneurial Lunch & Learn: Creating a Career that you Love by Building a Service-Based Business

Side hustle. Freelancer. Solopreneur. Whatever you call it, building a service-based business is an attractive path to entrepreneurship for many people seeking more freedom in their careers. The beauty of service-based businesses is that you can leverage your skills to start one anytime, even while you’re in school. In this session, career coach and Baruch alum (MPA, ‘11) Lauren Miura will share the most valuable lessons she’s learned from the successful service-based entrepreneurs she’s worked with, as well as her own experience as a freelancer and business owner.

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Please join Professors Jed Abrahamian, Thomas Heinrich, and Andrew Sloin of the Baruch College History Department for a teach-in on the Ukrainian Crisis. We will consider the historical and contemporary origins of the conflict, the contemporary geopolitical situation, and global political, economic, and security ramifications. This will be followed by a general discussion of the conflict, open to all members of the Baruch Community. Please come and learn about this critical moment in world history. 

March 3rd at 12:30pm in VC 3-150

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM A Tour of the World in 6 Artworks: Louis Kahn's Tiger City
The Global Student Certificate Program at the Weissman Center for International Business presents the second series of masterclasses in the arts, A Tour of the World in Six Artworks.

This series of 6 masterclasses by art historians will connect world cultures with the fine arts, to see if we can find an alternate way to become globally-accomplished students. For Baruch students who wish to in order to operate at the highest echelons of business and industry, a working knowledge of art history and culture will be indispensable.

The fifth event in the 2021-22 series is given by Sundaram Tagore, art historian and director of the Sundaram Tagore Gallery. 

"Louis Kahn's Tiger City"
In a documentary film, Sundaram examines how Kahn, an Estonian-born American architect, built a daringly modern and monumental housing complex in the culturally rich but economically shattered country of Bangladesh.

Register for this event and the other events in the series at 

See more information about the series at

The events are free and open to the Baruch community. 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM PR WOMEN: The Museum of Public Relations presents "PR Women Who Changed History," moderated by Professor Caryn Medved (Communication Studies)
The Museum of Public Relations presents "PR Women Who Changed History," moderated by Professor Caryn Medved (Communication Studies). March 3, 6-8 pm

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